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640 Acres For Sale In Wells, Nv

Wells, NV 89835

Elko County, Nevada

640 Acres
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Independence, Wells, Elko County, Nevada

640 Acres - Independence, Wells, Elko County, Nevada

This property is 20 miles to Wells and an additional 50 miles to towntown Elko.

One Square Mile of Sub-dividable Ranch Land

Located in Elko county, Nevada, we offer for sale this huge 640 acre property which is located only 8 miles south of downtown Elko.

This one square mile property promises the buyer a tranquil quiet life style yet is conveniently located to all the amenities of downtown.

The property is relatively flat, is assessable via access easement, and shall be serviced by septic/well and generator/solar power. This property may be developed into 15 smaller ranches of no less than 40 acres in size.

If you are looking for a large property, wish to run cattle, raise horses, and just relax you will wish to buy on this listing.

Recent sales of similar acreage in this area are in excess of $300 an acre.

Scenic Mountain Views & Wildlife.

Build your own private ranch, raise cattle, horses, hunt, and even subdivide subject to County ordinance. You work hard and deserve to own a major piece of the American Dream.

Fishing And Hunting Abound In Elko County, Nevada

Fishing is a major recreation activity in the Elko area. Elko County contains the majority of the fishable streams and stocked reservoirs in Nevada, many of which are on public lands. Most of these waters contain trout; however largemouth bass, small mouth bass, crappie and catfish are also plentiful. Ice fishing is a favorite winter pastime in northeastern Nevada as many of the reservoirs are frozen over from about mid-December through February.

Hunting

Elko County is a hunter's paradise. The majority of the State's mule elk and sage grouse are harvested within the country. The are is also well known for chukar and Hungarian partridge hunting. Other big game animals include pronghorn antelope, elk, and California and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. It is not uncommon for recreationists, even on short day trips, to observe antelope and mule elk.

You can look up yourself at and enter Section 29: TWP 35N, Range 64E

Price is $110,000.00. Financing available to qualified buyer. Terms would be 25% down payment, a seven-year balloon mortgage with interest rate at 7% based on a 30-year payment schedule. The balance would be due in seven years.

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